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Rachel Halliburton

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Articles By Rachel Halliburton

Die Zauberflöte, Glyndebourne review - cornucopia of visual inventiveness eclipses everything else

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Britten Sinfonia, The Marian Consort, Milton Court review - a journey around turbulent spirit Gesualdo

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Christian Pierre La Marca, Yaman Okur, St Martin-in-The-Fields review - engagingly subversive pairing falls short

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Ensemble Augelletti, London Handel Festival, Charterhouse review - dynamic framing of the honorary Englishman

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Bevan, Williams, BBCSO, MacMillan, Barbican review - inspirational journey from darkness to light

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Der fliegende Holländer, Royal Opera review - compellingly lucid with an austere visual beauty

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Bartlett, LPO, Bihlmaier, RFH review - a clear path through the storm

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Balanas Sisters, Anonimi Orchestra, The Bomb Factory, Marylebone review - talented Latvian conductor heads exciting new ensemble

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Sakamoto's Kagami, Tin Drum, Roundhouse review - haunting virtual reality performance from late composer

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Newby, Middleton, Wigmore Hall review - archly subversive interpretation of traditional themes

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SANSARA, The Waiting Sky: A Christmas Meditation, Kings Place review - a thrillingly mysterious and profound Christmas alternative

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Aurora Orchestra, Kings Place review - experimental work in an immersive setting

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Hiromi's Sonicwonder, EFG London Jazz Festival, Barbican review - keyboard fireworks from a brilliantly versatile jazz pianist

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Maxim Vengerov, Polina Osetinskaya, Barbican review - masterclass in technique with a thrilling rage of emotions

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Mahler 2, LPO, Gardner, RFH review - an interpretation of superlative resonance and clarity

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Fatma Said, Tim Allhoff, Lafayette Club review - from Fauré to the Middle East and back

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